With American families facing the highest inflation rate since 1990, and President Biden’s approval numbers remaining stubbornly low, many Democrats are raising concerns over whether the president is doing enough to sway voters opinions of the economy. Last week, Biden tapped into the country’s strategic oil reserves in an effort to tamp down on soaring gas prices, though economists are skeptical that the White House can move the needle with any significance in the short term. A potential bright spot for Democrats is the Build Back Better social infrastructure legislation, which enjoys broad support according to recent polling. But the bill faces a rocky path forward in the Senate, and questions remain as to whether approval for the bill will translate into approval for Biden himself. Steve breaks it all down for you.